Andrew Schuler Guerin is the grandson of Ann and Hans Schuler, founders of the Schuler School of Fine Arts, Baltimore, Maryland. After being immersed in artwork and art teaching for twenty years,
Andrew attended the Schuler School of Fine Arts full time in 1995. During the schools 4-year program, Andrew also was chosen to train with Will Wilson, an internationally recognized artist, as well as one of the Schuler Schools most successful graduates. In his junior year, he was asked to be an assistant night school teacher at the school and began teaching his own night school class during his senior year.
Upon graduating from the Schuler School in 1999, Andrew became a full time instructor at the Schuler School teaching drawing, still life painting, and portraiture. Andrew’s work was included in the Baltimore Realist Show, which exhibited in five different venues and one of his paintings was featured in an article about the exhibition in American Artist magazine. Andrew has completed several projects for Paramount Picture’s films, The Runaway Bride, and The Replacements.
A full time husband and father, Andrew teaches both day and evening classes at the Schuler School, and specializes in still life painting and portrait commissions. His award-winning works, including several full size family portraits, are included in many private and public collections.